What’s Better than a Honeymoon? How about a Buddymoon?

What’s better than a honeymoon with the person you love? How about bringing your closest friends along with you? This relatively new trend has been dubbed a buddymoon, and a lot of people are on board. A recent Priceline survey of more than 1,000 Americans found that 12% of people said they’d attended a group honeymoon (or buddymoon) in the last five years. In fact, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux decided to opt for a buddymoon when they invited friends like Chelsea Handler, Jason Bateman, and Courteney Cox to the Four Seasons Bora Bora for their honeymoon in August 2015.  “We had thought about it; we could just do a normal honeymoon or we could go with friends, keep the party going, relax, and have fun,” Theroux told Extra.

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Velas Resorts in Mexico have decided to jump on this trend and are now offering buddymoon packages for couples hosting their destination weddings at four of their resorts – Grand Velas Riviera Maya, Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, Grand Velas Los Cabos, and Casa Velas.  Each of the four Velas Resorts in Mexico have their own version of the buddymoon, including activities such as private cocktail parties, eco-tours, picnics, meditation retreats, private cooking classes, golf trips, spa days and many more. 

So where would you go for a buddymoon?

 

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Annie was born and raised in Maui, Hawaii, she graduated from Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon with her Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She has travelled to over 20 countries including the UK, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Japan, Fiji and Argentina. Most recently in 2012, Annie spent three months travelling around Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. With a passion for helping people, Annie is interested in international humanitarian aid work and hopes to eventually pursue a Masters Degree from Portland State University. When she is not off exploring the far reaches of the globe, Annie enjoys riding her bike around Portland, drinking tea and attending music festivals.

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